Newspaper clipping published on the occasion of Admiral Jellicoe's death, recounting key poimys of his involvment in World War I. A note written in pencil denotes that article as one from the New York Times.
Newspaper clipping published on the occasion of Admiral Jellicoe's death, recounting his military career and involvement in World War I. A note in pencil attributes the article to the Los Angeles Times on November 22, 1935.
In this letter, Cardinal Gibbons offers to write to a letter on the correspondent's behalf. "...if she informs you that a letter from me to her husband will be of service to (your?) sister, I will gladly write to him for your + her sake."
Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909; Stroven, Carl, 1901-; Drake, Dorothy; Letters
Letter from University of Hawai'i librarian Carl Stroven to Scripps College librarian Dorothy Drake. Stroven thanks Drake for her information regarding the letters, and reports he is enclosing "an order for thermofax copies of the letters."
In this 1842 April 30 letter, Dickens writes to Asbury Dickins to thank him for his help in arranging a meeting with President Tyler. He also writes that both he and Mrs. Dickens have safely reached Niagara Falls, where the letter was written. On...
In this letter addressed to Mr Oliver Bainbridge, Jordan promises to give his correspondent a requested chapter "when I can find time to write it" and also discusses possible time for a meeting between the two.
Possible commemorative item that details on the front page the life and achievements of Elizabeth (Elisabeth) Strickland. A short note by Strickland is pasted inside. In it, Strickland writes "I must be up to town and settle myself in our new...
Perkins, John Isaac, 1862-1942; Letterheads; Letters
In this letter, written in black ink on off-white paper, Hopkins informs Perkins that he has enclosed a copy of "The Way a Soul Dies" and that he is return half the value of the check Perkins sent to him.